Preface.--The case for enquiry.--Chinese in British rerritory.--The situation in Canton.--The anti-foreign movement in middle China.--The missionary.--The nemesis of the mixed motive.--Hankow and its factories.--To Peking by rail.--The Peking of to-day.--The coolie traffic in Chihli.--Port Arthur as it is.--Northwards in Manchuria.--At Mukden.--Across south-east Manchuria.--Difficulties in Korea.--The future of Korea.--The Japanese coefficient.--Contradictions in the Japanese character.--Limitations to Japanese efficiency.--The new and the old in Tokyo.--India as a lever in the Far East.--The outlook.--Appendices: a. The Anglo-Japanese treaty. b. The Portsmouth treaty. c. The Japanese-Korean protocol. d. The Peking treaty
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